At St Andrew's Methodist church in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, there is a curious stained glass window.
The window depicts the tale of the Good Samaritan of Biblical fame, who is known for his sympathy, compassion and kindness.
The window at Newbiggin is special to me, as it is in fact my great-great-grandfather, Adam Storey, who is depicted as the Good Samaritan.
The window is dedicated to both Adam Storey and Jane Mavin, his wife, who were "Most Ardent Members Of This Church."
If you look into the face of the Good Samaritan, you will be able to see Adam's kindly face looking back. The glass worker must have been incredibly skilled.
I'm very touched by the symbolism of the window. The church must have believed Adam shared the same qualities as the Good Samaritan.